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post #21 of 27 Old 12-15-2018, 11:39 AM Thread Starter
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Those pictures of the rusty table saw aren't of mine, I only posted some pictures of the circuit board, and the wires going into it.
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post #22 of 27 Old 12-15-2018, 12:07 PM
where's my table saw?
 
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this motor has no brushes ...

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from the looks of the saw itself, brushes are most likely seized up to the commutator. either replace them or take them out, clean them up and the armature core/commutator with 0000 sttel wool wet with wd40 and put it back together. will likely work fine.
The motor in this topic is an induction type, no brushes.
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Hi


Thanks you for your suggestions on fixing it, I soldered the pierces back together and its working, here's a quick video. Also does it sound like it needs new bearing?


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It is a little noisy, but it might be from just setting on the bench, if it was bolted down like it will be in the saw it will probably be quieter, and as it runs and gets the grease warmed up in the bearing and gets to where it should be it will be quieter



But you could replace them while you have it out, there will be numbers on the race of the bearing that should be easy to make it easy to locate a bearing, but also beware they may be different bearings on each end, generally not in smaller motors but bigger ones it isn't that rare, so make sure they qare the same before you order them

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post #25 of 27 Old 12-15-2018, 06:37 PM
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It's vibrating too much ...

i have 2 of those old motors and they are smooth and quiet. I suspect that the armature is out of balance. Or it could be a bearing on it's way out. Since you have another motor, do a side by side test to see how the other motor sounds.

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I found out what was making the motor so noisy, a washer spring fell on the floor while I was disassembling part of the motor and didn't get put back in during reasonably. It's back in now and the motor is running nice and quiet.
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If the model number starts 103.*** it is King Seeley. After Emerson bought the tool division from KS the model numbers began 113.***
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This is what you'll find:




I used to have one. It had a rack and pinion gear drive fence. I still have the original motor, heavy beast, 1 HP. I used the original table to make Sawzilla as a spacer between the the other saws. I still ahve thr original miter gauge. It was made in the 1960's bt Emerson or King Seely, I don't know which.
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